Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882, August 08, 1861, Image 1
THE ' ADTERTISER, rrBLISHKD EVERT THCBSDAT BT FURNAS & LYANNA, crJ BtoryStrickler's Block, Alain Street, naowsriLLC, x. t. .r if MM In advance, - - - - $2 00 yoronTer,ii i been(iof 6nlontbi 2 60 " "F. " " 12 " S 00 'V ii or more will l.e furnished at $1 60 per f V',iJeJ tbe cash accompanies tbe order, not herwise- VOL. VI. F u ir i AX 1 T f . r! I ! a 1 1 ! Ay Ay Ay Ay Ay Ay " LiBcnnr ahd uinoir, oiib aiid h:se?zxiable, itow aiid FonuvEit." BEOWNVILLE, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1861. TUB ADVERTISER, hates or ADvr:rvTii3ii;aj Oneijare(101iaesor!es)oneicserticn, $1 tt Each aJ-iitioualitisertion, ..-...- 0.v One jijuare, cce res-nth, ........ 3 t'J B'lslnesiCdfiisof sixliaesorlesiineycir, 6 ca oaeColumn one year, ........ f ) tV One-half Column one year, ...... us i Oc.e fourth Column one year, ..... 2 J ro Oneeighili Column one year, ..... is Oaecolaransix months, - -- -- - So la One tall Column six tnntts, ----- 20 Cu OaefjurthColcmnslxmcnihi, . - - . 10 ui Oue eis&ib Colaraa six cicutt, - - - 8 tu One Column tbrcp centt;., ------ 2 ) C9 Onenalf Coltmiattreernonth. ----- 1 c-a Onef jurth Colnnia threetaocthj, - - - - io .o OaeaUatnColai:in;,reem.-Dtbi. - - - - i C .auiiacingc&blii,it8Bforoce(iaJr!.ceJj- 6 oo NO. 5. i! U S I N E S S CAKDS JOHMOJI A- 1CHOEKHEIT ' Johnson & Sclioonlitit ATTORNEYS AT LAW, SOLICITORS IN CHANCERY, drTd. gwin, HaTm" permanently located in BROWN VILLE, NEBRASKA, For the practice of Medicine and t-urgcry, ten c n hi? rrofcional services to the aCIicted. Office on Main Street. no23v3 A. A 110 L LAD AY, M. D. UpcrxK-tfolUlt-Tormfili' friend in Brownville and mmediateTicinitytbathebaa resumed the practice of Xedlclne, Surgery, & Obstetrics ndhope.,by strict attention to nir. profession to receive i at ceoeroui patronaee heretofore extended to bun. In l ease wuerc it la losibleorexne.lieut. a prescription a.lnras will be done. Office at City DmsStore. Feb. 24, '6. 35. ly - T. W.TIPTON Attorney at Law, rj;? n W XV IL L E , X. T, J. D. N. THOMPSON, Justice of tho Peace and Conveyancer, BR0XV1LLE, XEBRASKA . T.kei aeknuwledRMucDU of Deed... Marries People k.,"e. Office flr.t Joor south of Maun Co'a I)ru Si'ire. Brownville, June 21st. 850. J0HK L CARSOII (Suacessor to LnftbaiiRb &. Caron. 3 Ji. 1ST E3 E , LAND AND TAX I'AM.N.i Dealer tn Coin, llncurrcnt Money, Land Warrants, Exchange, and Gold Dust MINT STKKFT. RROU A -CUKI4SKA. I will Rive er' attenilon tobnyint nd selling ex- 1,im-eon the pti:K-)pl citien .f tbe United State and Europe Silver, umurreut Bank Bills, and i..!sl DuM, Collect!. iii made on all accessable poiuu, aixl priceeU remitted in esrhanpe at current rates. Doik.mii received oil current account, and intercbt al lowed ou pectal deposit. OFFICE, si iix fSTnccT. i:rrvcr. the Ttitvfrrai! anl the lr. S. Laml OHices. REFER EX Liol k Bftber i. W. Carsi.u &. Co.. Hi-er lo k At Co. YuuiikA Crmn, Je. Th..ni..n Jtan, C 'l'r t Port wm T Snisibs iH, Ei.. Hinker. J.T Sfv'io. t'.'.. Att'vatLaw. Juo. S (iail iber, le 3d And U. S Tarbirit K Kn, K.nikerfc. MoCleUaiid Pv? N. Co., Ib.n. Thoin is ti. Pratt, Hon. Ja . ( a-rsoii. P. Small. Kq.. Pres't S. Rank, C1. ieo. S' hly, A'y at Law, , Coi. S4iii.ll imt.ietonltt'y at Law, JndneTlioK. Perry, rrof. H. Tuiwiler, CE S: PbiUde!plil, Pa. Baltimore, Md. . f t VTa-sLingtor, D. C. 44 4 Jt 4 4 Cbirapo, 111. St. L"Ui, Mo. Annapolis, Md. Meicerburfr Pa Ilaitertown, Md. 44 Easton, Md. Cumberland, Md Havana. Alabma. Nov 8, lS6l)-lf. JAMES S. DCDFOIID ATTORNEY AT LAW, AND Master Commi.ssior.cr In Chancery. EBOWNYILLE. U. T. PEASE FOWLER, BLACKSMITHS, "ITCTxtox Btrcot, BROWNNiLLE, KEBRAbKA. Rave recently located in this place and nolic'it a share cf public patronage. Their Trork ami pricea cannot fall togrve nalisfacticn. Prn-es tor fclienig bore $1 t0 tur heinir all round with new tboe. Dec. 3u; 3ui ; D. A. COXST AHLE, IMPOKTEn AX11 DEALER IH IRON, STEEL, NAILS, ; CiSriNliS, SPRINGS, AXLES, FILE Axn BLACKSMITH'S TOOLS Also: "Hubs, 'Spokes, and Bent StulT. f Third Street, between Felix and Edniond. SAINT JOSEPH, .MO. Which he eU ft at St. Louis pricefor cash, i Highest Pric Paid for Scrap Irorj. J neceinbert.1859.-ty I PIKES PEAK GOLD! i I wm -eceive PikeV Peak Oold md advance I none? uin tbe same and pay ver balance of pr.eedn j in as Mint returns are bad. In all cases I wi j niubitihe oriuted ret irn of the United SUieKMir i r Assay office. ! JNO. L. CARSON. . BILLION AXD EXCHANGE BROKER I BROWN VILLE. N E B B S K . no204 i ' T. M.TALR0TT. I DENTAL SURGEON, HanniT lirted himself in Hr... nville. N. T., feu lrhi r-.fetDnl rviceato the-oiuiuunity. I All jh warranted. I ('locks 'Watches & Jewelry. J. SCIUTTZ .-v Would nnonnceio thf :itiiena of BrDwnville vV and vicinity that be baa located himself in '-o vnv: lie. andintends keeping a full assort. ent o everythlnr in his lineof business, which will kia Uw for cash. He will also do all kinds of re- airmaof clocki, watcbe and jewelry . All work war ) rairnm v3nl8ly BI1IDEHY, COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA. WILLIAM F. KITEIt. M7,.1860. FAIRBANKS' ; STAXPAUD SC ALES FT OT ALL KIKDS. FAIRBMIKS GREEslLEAFj a I'AKL ST.. CIIICACiO, ' corner of Main &. Walnut Kts, St. Loui3. t'DCY 0SLY THE crXllXE. 1859. 1859. IIAXXIRAI & ST. JOSEPH It. It, FALL ARUANGEMEXTS. MominR Train leaves St. Joseph at - - 6:00 Eveninti Train leaves do do - 6:40 St. Ji. soph is reaobed by the Western Stase Line. Pa-ssentrera aave time and (iresonie s-taR'.ns by this route. Daily cotuiectioTis made at flannibal with alli'iastern ftud Southern Railroad atidPnckets. J T D Haywood, Sup't., Hannibal. D C Sawis, General Agent, St. Joe PBG ro at, G. Ticket Agent, Hun'bal Turo. Hill, G. T. .g't, Brownville November 24, New Suppliiaf 5tauc0 I have ju?t received a new Fupply nf .COOK STOVES Of the latent and most improved pattern?, .which I propose to tell at such price as cannot be eotnil:iin cd t'tf. The publii'are invited to cull and exiinin As nnl my stock of Tin, Sheet Iron and Ci.pjK r Ware is large and of iny owu lnanuCietur". J.C. DUKSER. AprilllRl. nil yly CITY HUSSY STABLE AXD BROWNVILLE, NEBRASKA. ROGERS & BROTHER, ANNOUNCES to the public tbat he has purchased the Livery Stable and Stock formerly owned by William Koceii and added thereto fine st'ttk. and U now prepar ed to accommodate tbe public with 0 ini.ges, Buggies, Sulkies, Saddles Horses &c. kc. THE TRAvIlUNG PUBLIC Can find at hU Stable ample accommodations for horse, mules or cattle. BENJAMIN 4. JOSHUA ROGERS Brownville, Oct. 18, 1860. nl5-yly Oli23LC3."O.OX2.-C Tail XjiQtlNAMES. for Pawnee County, for the Years 1858 '59 and '60. QR. S T It A D. C. Notice is hereby given that I will on Monday, the second day of September A. D. 1861, sell to the highest bidder, so much of the following Real Estate, being situated in the coun ty of Pawnee, Nebraska Territory, as will be sufficient to pay the taxes assessed against the same, for the year A D I860. Said sale to commence at 9 o'clock, A. M., and continue un til four o'clock P. M., at the office of D. Butler in Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska. Also, at the same hour, time and place, as above, the following real estate, or so much thereof as will be sufficient to pay th- taxes aisled thereon for for the year A D 1853 and 1859. Given under my hand at Pawnee City, this 4th day of Au gust A. D. 1S61 F. F. LIMING. 7 County Treasurer. NAMES. TAX DEL1XQULXT FOR 1860. qr. gijrjr Butler Da"id Brock Wm Brou n W F Bradley John Brownscomb J Burrow G Clenu nt N F Cunningham Denton 60 ucres on S side swqr w qr sw qr s hf se qr Lot 1 B 8 Table Rock s hf be qr 1 ehfseor 25 12 34 6 4 3 3 3 2 3 3 12 12 12 12 Cotler James do Carter T e hf swqr ne qr 4 3 7 2 8 2 12 12 11 12 12 i i-. lit ff FEED YO URS EL VES ! New Eating Saloon. BENJ. WHYTE, Has opened a new Eating Ilonfe on Main street, next door to the U. S. Laud Office in licownville, where Warm Moals can be had AT ALL HOURS. All kinds of game served np as desired, at the shortest notice. Oysters, Quails. Trairie Chickens, Fith, Venison, Pies, Cakes, Hot Coffee. Sweet and Butter Milk, Mush and Milk, and sill such. Como and Goo 3VTo ! ! REAL ESTATE AND Collection Office O F n?- "W. Bedford, irOUNVlLLE. NEIiKASkA. JTa in, B"Urcfv we mid first Streets. . Particular attention jrivoii to the j K'ui -liasr am! Sale of Ileal Itaie. .lakiti? ( ol Icf'tioris and Payment of Taxes for Aon-Itesi-dents. LAND W AUKANTS KOU SALE, rcr isb and on time. LAND WARRANTS LOCATED r'Entern Cap it. .lists. on :ii -cl'vted fr-m personal examination, and h comploto Townsbip Map, h(iMin; Streams, TiniH-T, Ac firvrd-d with tho (Vrt; fixate of loca tion. Itrom.v;!.- N.T. Jan.3. lSfil. yl Furnilurc M.iiuifactory. Clark J. W Charoberlin A B estate Cromwell A. F. Cornolly John do Denny Wm Dobson James Frick C H Fries John Fellows Andrew Fellows Wm do Fowler II G Homdner A do w hf nw qr w hf nw qr &se qr ne qr & ne qr of;se qr 7 2 12 nw qr sw qr 23 1 12 nwqr rfo 1 1 se qr ' 35 112 s hf se qr 15 2 9 n hf of ne qr 22 2 9 sw qr 2 2 10 ne qr 29 3 12 neqr 11 2 10 swar and near 35 1 12 60 160 160 80 80 80 160 60 60 160 40 160 160 80 80 160 160 .160 320 McClintock Wm Murdock DA Musfelt Henry Miller D R Moore J W , Norris T. T Noies FC Percell W W Plumb George Payne M W - -do do ' ' Steel Joseph do do.. do do . Smith Wm do Saniord L W do 9 55 ; Sampon R H 9 55 Shannon J D 4 65 Sianatd N M 20 Tamer Jacob 5 17 : Tamer Geo 3 79 Tyler Juliu3 se qr sw qr ne qr se qr 13 21 29 13 11 9 9 12 11 160 160 160 160 120 A D. C. e h se qr & sw se qr 3 lo:2B 7 Table Rock lot 2B 2 do ne qr 25 3 12 160 ne qr 17 3 12 160 w hf nwqr shf swqr 24 2 11 160 sw qr nw qr ne qr seqr29 ne qr ne qr se qr ne qr30 2 9- 1C0 w hf ne qr se qr of ne qr sw of ne qr 17 5 12 160 sw qr of ne qr sw qr of se qr, e hf sw qr nw qr of nw qr rw qr 6 2 12 w hf ne qr se qr of ne qr ne qr of se qr 25 3 11 w hf of ne qr 23 3 12 Lot 1 Block 50 Lots 2 3 4 Block 293 Table Rock 11 9 9 9 7 o 9 9 70 25 54 54 59 20 20 93 03 19 62 360 160 80 41 Kf 20 10 8 61 10 16 nw qr se qr e hf sw nw qr ne qr nw qr 13 35 5 27 23 17 12 11 11 9 9 12 160 160 60 160 160 160 15 51 10 32 17 53 6 43 70 62 i2 15 9 o 9 9 91 67 44 70 shfneqr&nhfneqr 14 2 12 165 nw qr ne qr 14 2 12 60 acres ne qr 11 2 12 100 neqr 35 2 11 160 sw qr swqr 19 nwqr ne or 30 3 11 80 9 10 11 SS 12 80 9 91 14 66 9 10 10 97 10 62 do Tillison John Underwood Nelson nw qr L 11 B12 L 3 B 5 T. R. se qr 21 1 Hackney W W w hf neqr &neqr neqr 33 2 11 120 Hogan lichard do Hoffan W C Hind N G Horn Joel A Haywood A E do do HufF Samuel Holt Crandall do Holley Anson Kirkham Solomon se qr Luner J L Lucker Charles Lewis Jatper McFarlaud J H McMahan A Mumford M J do Miles Hiram 2 2 2 3 1 q 12 11 12 12 11 12 w hf nw qr 7 e hf ne qr 12 e hf se qr e hf ne qr 6 se qr 24 sw qr 11 sw qr 3 lotsl 23 4 5 678 9 10 11 & 12 Table Rock nw qr .28 ne hf nw qr 27 s hf sw qr 22 se qr 17 24 3 se or nhf swqr&se qr sw qr 8 2 12 nw qr 30 3 12 23 1 12 160 160 160 160 160 24 7 3 17 9 9 87 67 60 99 54 54 Wood C S WoodJ C W'ilsie L M Williams J C Woodrnansie J E Wheeler E Walker W W Woods & Co Williams R WralkerR R Gathing Milekin C T m LMcClure J Marsh Joseph 10 12 12 160 160 160 12 12 12 92 160 160 150 160 o A 1 1 3 11 11 11 12 12 11 160 160 160 160 160 120 160 nw ar to i xz iou w hf ne qr&se qrsw qr22 1 10 120 w hf sw qr 3 2 12 se qr se qr 4 2 12 120 w hf nw qr &sw nw qr2 2 lO 121 . McNeal Wm. es'i w hf se qr 20 do 69 acres s side swqr 30 3 12 149 McCasland J FC neqr 23 2 11 160 23 26 9 93 11 30 9 93 16 08 9 55 7 65 6 27 13 10 12 94 6 76 5 7 51 38 12 12 36 21 3 sw qr 17 a 92 acres and mill on w sidesw qr 20 8 12 ne qr 28 1 12 nw qr 8 3 n.v qr 20 3 ne qr 13 2 L3B5L3 B39TR Saw Mill in Pawnee City Lot 4 b 3 1 1 bl215b2511 b 36 1 3 B 42 Table Rock L3bl5 15b56 19b60TR Lots 1 23 5&6B14L8B2 L7B31ots45bl817b2lll & 12b4 14b 15 1 11 12 b3in Pawnee City L 11 b5 1 3 11 b 1013 b4Sl 9 b 53 1 1 b 55 Table Rock 13 b 30 15 b52 1 12 b 55 TR 1 10 b 36 Table Rock 14 62 22 39 10 34 15 3S IS 80 9 92 9 9 9 92 92 92 42 66 93 60 15 07 1 20 61 20 Taxes for 1859, still unpaid. NAMES QUARTER S T R A TAX Carter J S w hf ne qr, w hf se qr 12 2 11 160 S3 13 Cooper George s hf nwqr sw qr ne qr 6 do nw qrse qr 7 2 12 160 8 13 Huff Samuel nwqr 28 2 11 160 8 13 Helman A n hf ne qr, sw qr ne qr, & nw qr se qr 4 2 12 160 8 13 TnokerChas neqr 11 2 10 160 8 OS Wilsie L M ne qr 23 1 12 160 8 13 such prizes and capture shall be condemn ed in the district or circuit court of the United States having jurisdiction of the amount, or in admiralty in any district in which the same may be seized, or into which they may be taken and proceed ings first instituted. Sec. 3. And be it further enacted. That the Attorney General, or any district at torney of the United States in which said property may at the time be, may insti tute the proceedings of condemnation, and in such case they shall bo wholly for the benefit of the United States; or any person may file an information with such attorney, in which case the proceedings shall be for the use of such informer and the United States in equal parts. Sec. 4, And be it further enactedi That whenever any person claiming to be en titled to the service or labor of any other person, under the laws of any State, shall employ such person in aiding or promoting any insurrection, or in resist ing the laws of the United States, or shall permit him to be so employed, he shall forfeit all right to such service or labor, and the person whose labor or service is thus claimed shall be thence forth discharged therefrom, any law to the contrary notwithstanding. CHARTER OAK Life Insurance Company, Hartroru, Conn. Incorporated by the State of Connecticut. Capital Stock $200,009. With large and inereasiusrsurplngreceipts.secure- ly invested under the sanction and approval of the Comptroller of Public Accounts. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: JAMES C. WALKLEY, President, JOHN L. U.VCE, Vice President. ELI AS GILL, Secretary. E. D.DICKERMAN.GeneralAgent. DlitECTOItS: Alfred Gill, Daniel Phillips, JohnL.TJance, K.Btodset, J.A.Butler, E. D. Dickerman NAVhenton, Sam. Coit. Nelson ilollister. James iy. v aujey. S.B.Bf;reford,M D, Consulting Physician. A. S. Holliiday,.! D, Medical Examiner. Applications received by R. W. FURNAS. Aer't. n3-tf Brownville. N.T. ever or? in tmgui stitution, ik'scond NAMES. Tax for 1858 still unpaid. QUARTER S T R A TAX Steel Joseph do do w hf ne qr, se qr ne qr sw qr ne qr sw qr ne qr, sw qr se qr, e hf sw qr nw qr of nw qr sw qr 17 5 12 160 6 2 12 360 27 42 t .u., i . -,f ,r,a TV,, I Milk weighs ten pounds lo the gallon! pure c0f, Wllter should ushH nr th 1U UIC ilOUUaiY uuuiuci ui iux - .,. .,1 , . uv we uuut i g-.wvi ..UU4v mixture snouia oe neatea ana skimmed. The Undersirrnt-d having opt-ned a shop at the BROWNVILLE STBM MILL, Are prepared to pnt np all kinds of CAB I U BT WOES. To order, at short notlc. We will manufacture BUREAUS - SAFES DESKS TABLES STANDS LOUNGES CRIB CRADLES ROCKING OFFICE CHAIRS CHAIRS WINDOW LOUNGES CHAIRS &x. &c We are also prepared to furnish CcBlnR with the ut most dispatch. We have on hand well sf-asoned Black Walnut lumber for that purple. We have the facili ties of makinjt furniture as cheip as It can be furnished In tliis country, w hen durability is taken into the ac count, as we warrant all of our work. We lolicit the patronapo of the community. We will take In exchange for furnituro all kinds or farm produce. The bit-best prices for butter, eggs, and lard will be paid the entire hot reason. CHAMBERS 6l NOTES. Brownville, May 30, ly. Farmer the following rules for cheese making are given : "1st. To ascertain how much cheese you ought to get from ycur milk multi ply the number of poutils of milk by 11 point off two figures for decimals and tbe product is pouuds and decimals of a po'ind of cheese direct from the press." '2d. For ascertaining the quantity of salt for cheese. Multiply the number of pounds of milk by three aud point off three place for decimils, your answer is in pounds and decimils of a pound." No rule will answer lor all dairies, as the amount of cheese made from a given quantity of milk will depend upon the richness of the milk, the time of year, and the skill in manufacture. This is shown very clearly by the following ab stract made from my dairy register: In 1857. my rhet-se was made in a tub wiih a dairy stove for heating, tin curd cutler, &.c. The average yield of cheese and .shrinkage for the different m n;hs was as follows : Cb . esc-per gl. Percent. shrinkage. Cheese ;al. weighed lroin pres May 1 URs. J me- July August Sept llct Nov 1,11 do 1.13 do 1.17 do ..1,19 do ..1.2$ do . 1,2a do iu 30 days. 03 10 12 00 03 03 04 when curea 30 days . 1,03 lbs 1.00 do 1.00 do 1,10 do 1,15 do 1,24 do 1,24 do THOMAS DAVIS, eclecticphysician; AMI sUKGEOisr, LADLE DOCK, NEBRASKA. Reference, L'r. 1. Gwin, BrowtvUIe. Apnllfj'Ol. nJO-Iy Beer eaure. In the season cf 1860, my cheese was made in an improved vat. in which heat was uniformly and moderately applied, and under perfect control. A dairy knife was used for cutting the curd, and the whole process conducted with more knowledge of the art than in 1S57. Cir cumstances prevented me from keeping a record for the entire season what record was kept shows an increased yield : The aTerajre yield pr.g&l.inMay.from the lOthto 31st was 1.22 pounds. The average yield per gallon in Jane, for the en tire month was 1.22 pounds. Tbe average yield for ten days in July. 1st to the 11th, was 1.21 pounds. The average yield for five days in Xovember was 1.42 pounds. These results show the importance of skill and the best apparatus-in the manu facture of cheese. The increased yield in my dairy from those causes as above shown, is over ten per cent, on the whole amount made. The quality improves with the quantity, as the increase is pnn-! cipally m the amount of on or rutter worked in. In 1857, much more why bmter was made than was required in nilir rr rheese. In 1860. extra attention was necessary in order to get whey butter j If ! rw u g-.r i sufficient to oil the cheese properly. i India is the beat. vield l.lOcheese. Thus 10 lbs. x 11 110 two places pointed off for decimils make it 1.10 lbs., a result which would not be near correct except in a few eases. The true plan, is for every dairyman to make his own rule make a tcale or rule by which he can tell the quantity of milk used for each cheese at a glance record the amount on a piece of paper or a book kept for the purpose weigh his cheese when it comes from the press and put the weight down on his record, and at the ex piration of the season, or at any time, he can compute and see what yield he is getting. If he records the process of manufacture and the quantity of cheese when cured, he can ascertain what the causes are that produce particular results in cheese making. The second rule is uo more reliable than the first. We hold that the quanti ly of salt requirt d by cheese is iu propor tion to it riciinet.s, its dryness, and the heat to which it is to be subjected. The quantity of salt necessary in cheese when milk yields 100 lbs. cheese to the 100 gallons, has been found by experi ence to be about 2 lbs. 4 oz. If the yield is increased to 110 lbs. to the 100 gallons, the product will contain about 10 lbs. more butter than No. 1 and will need 10 oz. more salt. then allowed to cool and poured off free from sediment About half a gallon of water should be added extra, while heat The wine should be put into none but a very clean keg or barrel, and of a size that can be filled nearly full. Set in a cool place with the bunjj out until it is idone working, when the bung should be put in tight, and allowed to stand six months; it may then be bottled for use At this point it may be very much im proved in body and flavor by adding the following: Put into a gollon of pure spirits-of brandy proof, 2 pounds of bruised fresh Malaga raisins and about one dozen cloves ; let this stand for seve ral days, until the flavor of the raisins is thoroughly extracted, drain it off clear, and add it to the 5 gallons, when it is ready for bottling. In either case, the wine will improve very much by age. P. C. Ingersoll. Country Gentleman. Domestic Wines- In looking over your last number, I notice a case or inquiry for direction about making currant wine. I have heretofore paid considerable at tention to the preparation of wines, liquors, syrups, &c, and have seldom missed a season without prepariug more or less of these articles. A good wine for home use, and what I esteem a grateful and harmless beverage, can be made from most if not all our do mestic fruits. The "Bath Charapaigne," which gain ed considerable notoriety in England, was roade'from tbe Rhubarb or pie plant. The most convenient rule to follow in making, wine from currants, cherries, blackberHes. &x.. is to allow 15 lbs. of The Confiscating Bill. The following is a copy of this act, which has been passed by Congress : An Act to confiscate property used for insurrectionary purposes. Beit enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Slates of America in Congress assembled, lnat it, during the present or any future insurrec tion against the government of the United States, after tne President of the United States shall have declared, by proclama tion, that the laws of the United States are opposed, and the execution thereof obstructed, by combinations too powerful to be suppressed by the ordinary course of judicial proceedings, or by the power vested in the marshals by law, any per son or persons, his, her, or their ageat, attorney, or employees, shall purchase or acquire, sell or give, any property of whatsoever kind or description, with in tent to use or employ the same, or suffer the same to be used or employed, in aid ing, abetting, or promoting such insurrec tion or resistance to the laws, or any per son or persons engaged therein; of if any person or persons being tne owner or owners of any such property shall the ripe fruit and 15 lbs. of sugar, to mnl-o fi mIIah? nf wine. WeiVh the fruit and put in a tub; pour in a little water knowingly use or employ, or consent to the and jam with the end of a stick to a use or employment or tne same as aiore pummice ; then trair or pres th-- jui-e entirely oui: jtiit"' , -tiri RM W!!t-i 1 1, e: 1 e ; Nv a a ;tl tne .1: !v ticrar to the d. an'! t.' en tiv raw said, all such property is hereby declared to be lawful subject of prize and capture whoever found ; and it slall be the duty -,-!v.' of the President f the United States to rause the same to be seized, confiscated Wert an 1 condemned i Sec. 2 Johns & Crosley, SOLE MANUFACTURERS OF TIIE IMPROVED GUT A PERCH. CEMENT ROOFING, Is the Cheapest and most durable Roofng tn use. IT IS FIRE AXD WATER PROOF It can bo applied to new and old roofs of ail kinds, and to shingle rofs without removing the shingiei. Tlic cost is only one-third of Tin, ana is ivrice as durable. Gutta Percha Cement For preserving and repairing tin and other metal roofs of everp description, from its great elasticity is not in jured by the contraction and expansion of metals, aud trill not crack in cold or Run in warm weather. These materials have been thoroughly tested In New Tork and all parts of the Southern and Western states, and we ca n give abundant proof of all we claim in their favor They are readily applied by ordinary laborers, at trifl ing expense. "NO HEAT IS REQUIRED," These materials are put up ready for use and for Shipping to all parts of the Couutrj, with full printed directions for application. Full descriptive circulars will be fur- nished on application by mail, or in per son, at our principal office, 510, BROADWAY, (Opposite St. Nicholas Hotel ) NEW YORK, JOHNS & CROSLEY. Feb. 23. 1361. AGENTS WANTED. 6 mo- SPRING FASHIONS. MRS. HEWETT, MAIN STREET, HUOWiWILLE, XEUIIASI&A. Announces to the ladies of Brownville and vicinity tbat she b.43 Jn-t received her SPUING STOCK OZT MILLINERY GOODS, To which the calls particular attention. Her good are of the rery latest stylea aud are offered at unusiully low prices. April i, I860. New Shoe Shop. BROtVXriLLE, XEBRASKA, Respectfully informs the citizens of this place and vicinity that he haa couimenaed the manufactory of Boots and shoes in Brownville, and hopes by attention and care to merit a share of public patronage. His stock Is all of tae best quality, and his work all war ranted to '"give satisfaction or no pay." All st) les'of work, from a No. 1, fine calf skin boot. to a coar e brogin, and at prices so low that nonacan complain. Give cie a cail at my shop, on First street, between 3im am Water. Brownville, May 9, 1351 ly Scrofula, or .King's Evil, is a constitutional ciNcrKe, a corruption of tcs blood, by which thi Said becon.es vitiatci., weak, and poor. Lcin in the circuLituon, it pervades tl.o whole body, and may Lur-t out in disease on any part of if.. No crzrm L free from its attack-, nor is there one which it may not destroy. The scrofulous taint i variou -ly caused by mercurial disease, low Uvin , di ordered or unhealthy fxxl, impute air, t'.l;! and filthy liahiu, tho denvessin? vices a;i.l. buoth au, ly ii. cj venereal ir.ieci.ou. u i at- it ii hereditary iu the cou n " f.oru j.aienU t ) thildn a tutto tlic third and fourth r"!tvrat:o:t ; " indcf 1. is fistwi to Lj the rcl of Hint w !:. $:y, -I will visit the iniquities of the father ?; : their chil drill." Its effects commence by tlcTO.-ition from th- blood cf corrupt or ulcerous-niattt-r, which, in the lungs liver, and internal organs, is termed tubercles; in tho glands swe-kins; and on the surface, eruptions or sores. This f jul cor ruption, which genders in tho Ltoo.l, depresses the energies of Lie, &o that scrofulous constitu tions not only fcii'ler from scrofulous com plaints but thor have far less power to with stand the attacks of other diseases; conse quently vat numbers perish by disorder which, although not scrofulous in their nature, are still rendered fatal by this taint in t!k? system. Host of the consumption which de cimates the human family has its origin directly in this scrofulous contamination; and many destructive diseases of the liver, kidneys brain, and, indeed, of all the organs arise Lorn or are aggravated by the same cause. One quarter of all our people are- perofulou ;' their persons are invaded by this lurking in fection, and their health is undermined by i To cleanse it from the pvstent w e must renovutu the blood by tm alterative medicine, and in vigorate it by healthy food aud exercise. Such a medicine we supply in AYER'S CcnipsniKl Extract cf SarsnpsriliV the most cfTeetual remedy which the medical skill of our times can device for this every where prevailing and fatal rnaladv. It is com-' bined from the most active remedial that have been discovered for the expurgation of this f jul disorder from the blood, and the rescue of th Bystem from its destructive consequences. Hence it should be employed for tbe cure of not only Scrofula, but also thoe other afflic tions which arise from it, such as Eituntvf: and Skix Diseases, Sr. Axtiiow's Fmr, Hose, or IhiTsii'r.r.As Pimples, risTir.rs, Blotches, Blaixs and I'on.s.Tt mous, Tettf it and Salt Bhei j:, Scald Heat, ltiNawom, Hheumatism, Syphilitic and Meuci hial Dis eases, Duopsy, Dyspepsia, Deuility, and, indeed, all Complaints ahisi.no euom Yiti v- ted ok. Lmpcp.f. Ui.oon. The popular behef in "impurity of the I hud" is founded in truth, for scrofula isa dt 'general ion of the blood. Tho particular purpose and virtue of this Sarsapa rilla is to purify and regenerate this vital tiuid, without which sound health is LnpOsbiLitf in contaminated constitutions. Ague Cm C7 FOR THE SPEEDY CERE OF Intermittent Fever, orFevtr and Ainf, Remittent Fever, Chill Fever, Dumb Ai(ue, Periodical Ilrni'ar lie, or Killou Headache, and Ltlioii Fevers, Indeed for the whole claa oiulaeaes orijlutt- infif tn biliary tie rAi:;rmettt, caused by the JJIalarla of JUlukiuatic luiiuti lct. We are enabled hre to o.T'r the community a remedy which, while it cures the above romplainta with certainty, is still perfectly harmless in any quantity. Such a rfnicuy is invaluable in cLV.rict where these a.'ilietiiiif ui.-erdcrs" prevail. Tin "Ccke" exptds the luin-matie poi-.cn cf Feypk. axd Ague from the systcri, and prevents the de velopment of the disease, if taken cu the frst ap proach of its premonitory syrr.rt';::is. It is not or,; y the best remedy ever ct discovered Lt t!Js cla. of complaints, but aUo tho cheapest. The lare quant.ty we supply for a collar 1 rines it within the reach of every body ; and in bilious districts, whcr Fever and Agce prevails, every body should have it and use it frcciy both f r cure and protec tion. A great superiority of this remedy over at.y other ever discovered fr the speedy and certain cure of Intermittcnts is that it contains no Quinine or mineral, consequently it produces ro q'lit.i.im or other injurious eilects whatever upon the ronstit'i- . tion. Those cured by it ore left as healthy as if they had never had the tiisrase. lever and Ague is not alone the consequence of . the miasmatic poison. A creat variety of disor ders arise from its irrita'n, anions which are Keurafoia, llheumctimn, G'-ut, JIa uche, LtinrU tu$3. Toothache, Earachr, Catarrh, Aithini, J'dU pilot! on. Painful Jj'eclion of I'm Spleen, llyitpr ic$, Pain in tne Deceit, Colic, Parnliai and l)e rangement of the Slornrc't, all of which, when originating in thi3 cr.use, put on the inttrmiilent type, or become periodical. This " Cms " expel the poison from the blood, and consequently cure them all alike. It is an invaluable protection to immigrants and persons travelling or temporarily residing in the malarious districts If taken occa- aionaily or daily while exposed to the infection. taat wnl be excreted lr.m the system, and cannot accumulate in sufucient quantity to ripen into di.v ease. Hence it is even more valuable for protec tion than cure, and few will ever suffer from Ii.tcr- mittents if they avail themselves of the protection this remedy affords. John Garnctt, t lliiam Koenin", aad James P. Blunder), (the latter, Ionar a seedsman in the em ploy of Jlessrs Landreth s son ) hare nnited onder the ra ot J0!1!1 GARMETT & CO. TOR THE PROSECCTIOX OF THE Agricultural Implement AXD SEED BUSINESS, They wiTI constantly keep on hand a full supply of Landreth s Warranted uarden &cd3, all freh, and of tbe last Tear's irrowth. To tw obtained at the old house at Philadelphia, and will confine their sales cf Uarden Seeds exclu sive to those. They will keep a very lara stok of fill Implements and Machinery in Use, EMBKACINCJ ALL THE LEADING AETICLE3 IN THE TRADE, OF THE BEST MANUFACTURE. They solicit the continued custom of their friends. ana ot tan tnose wno nave dealt at tne branch housj of Lanpreth & ON, at St. Louis. Our price shall oe very low. in aco.dance with the time, and we hops to safirffy all wbo call on us aa to the superior .- I. . i quaii'y oi oursioca, nu me prices. A Double-pap;e Map of tho World, .'i L Kl. ATUK S I'uO.JrX.lO.N, Prepared tyDr. J. C. AYXIt & CO., IoteII, Hacj. For sale by john cunr. J. J. TIIURMAN, Druggists, Brownville, N. T. ' Something New l. r. e. c. & c. Ladies Patent Electro Collars and Cu Js ' o Set for 50 cents G. P. E. C. Gents' Patent Ecaaelcd Cellars 13 Collars f .r 3D cer.t3. "We hare now in ?tvk a foil an! eomr.Iate uscrt- raentof all styles of Plain and Fancy Good, manu factured by us under our several Patents, and w particularly invite the attention of the trad loth goods now on exhilitiea at our store. LOCKWOOD MANLT'G CO.. 671 BROADWAY. P. S. The "Union" sroocLj are esvct,ia"T iidar to I to the times. OX CHAPE SECOND EDlTlOs Thirty Tin?" of New M i i of an t fi, h. -it!-' :h-it; -- work. Ifif'i; '.' t r i i- ... : I ' z" a th O.N smt l)v in.'i i'l cents in f f. f , . 1 . t 1" 1 4.t . j ' r, r-.r. p t n .' w:tn rne nrr nutco.'r ci tae And be ii further enacted, Teat uuUaiJiiOLD JoJi..N al, now ready Fx 133 1 i.ti.